Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, November 25, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD en OUR GREAT CLEARING SALE, will end" when the ligbt goes Out on Sat- urday night. buyers ka vet at en' advantage this sale and stocked up with everything Clothing, Headwear- and Toggery thatythey can le tbis season has exceeded in ever wa an sale we have possibly use. previously -held. The sa n every way any sa ItH as a Jxecor doors on is night our. last SaL to make up night, iy and belated buyers' p :6r lost" time, Duff will have; with the until Saturday closing of our TV C 1 W'11 D Ine Dale Will r Plenty or good i left. R uii your eye tBe list Saturday Saturday tllster Saturday Ulster Saturday, IJlster Ulster Beg-. SI 0.95 .50 Men's Marmot Lined German Otter Saturday JA -fe. Rat Lined OrercsQspts a Negligee Coat Beg. to Saturday Fleece TJuclervrear r... :StaivfieifTs Bed Label Saturday Llama Hose--5 pair for V.. Hall Wool 75c 4c Men's' Silk Foui'-in-Haiid Keg. Goat Sweatci'S at..... I Ilater Shoes SJpectai'Liiic of Men's Fine Shoes- Reg. to 15c Half S2.55 el THE LEADING CLOTHIERS McG uire LETHBRIDGE Orlando Pryor, of St. Catharines, fell from a ladder and was killed. John Russel, of Egremont, nearly died of ptomaine poisoning. Canned salmon was blamed. Herbert Cooke, foreman of the King- ston Milling Co. had his leg broken by a horse's kick. FOE CONSTIPATION A Medicine That Does Not Cost Any til ing un- less it Cures GREAT BOOM AT MORINVILLE Discovery of Oil Leads to An Immense The active medicinal ingredients Tloxall Orderlies, which are odorless, tasteless and colorless, is an entirely new discovery. Combined with other extremely valuable ingredients, it forms a perfect bowel regulator, in- testinal invigorator and strengthened Rexal! Orderlies are eaten like candy and are notable for the agreeableness to the palate and gentleness of action. They do not cause griping or any dis- agreeable effect or inconvenience. Unlike other preparations for a like purpose, they do not create a habit, but instead they overcome the cause .Edmonton, Nov. the circulated yesterday afternoon that a gusher of "oil had heen at the well south of the Canadian- American Oil Company near Morin- vine, a stampede of local men to file applications for a lease of claims is being experienced. The stampede commenced yesterday afternoon, fol- lowing the filing by the manager of the oil company himself. R. L. "Will- iams, a rush of applications came from men of all classes about the city. Yes- terday 1ST applications were made. At noon today a total 170 applications lay in the hands of the recorder at the land office. They are still coming in. Although the report of striking oil has been denied, the shares have jumped rour hundred per cent, in value in the TELEGRAPHiC SRIEFS A bank clearing, house may be es- tablished' In Brantford. From i'% acres of sugar beets grown on the House of Refuge farm at Clinton was .netted. Tne'Imperial Fioiir "Milling Co., Ltd. of Toronto, has been Incorporated at with-a capital-stock-of two millions. lid Gentlemen Cored of Rheumatism ;By One Box of GIN PILLS M.tMC.R.R. GOT CHARTER .Edmonton, Xov. railway committee this morn- ing' passed.the bill to gram a charter to' the Pincher Creek, Cardston and Montana Rail- way for the construction of a line their line Pincher through the Porcu- pine Hills direct to Calgary, and thence northwesterly to Kdmoiiton. H. Culvert, who 'represented the company gave assurances that construction was. 16 commenced next year oh the road. The line will serve.a good deal of new country in the' south. at 4- A Americans Kept Their iviiig Day Here (Continued from front page) S. ..MacKenzieAvas the.ne er. He opened his -remarks by. reading the words -.that, appeared up'oraT the menu: "For Canadians .in America; American7 s'in American Can- adians and Canadian Americans." He said ne was noheVof b'ut; was a American-Canadian, for he in Canada, resided..in the .United States for a score of; year's, and .then .returned ,to Canada: "He said there was, nc. difference -between.thej Canadian and American and j remarked that .they were, as .much alike, as-a bushel of and" A1-. berta" peas mixed together in a Mr... MacKenzie, said' he be loyal to: was the country- where, one was earning, a livelihood. iSteil McLachlan-then-spoke' reviewing former-Thanksgivings, and speaking- of.. this'.country, as the end. of opportunities. safe .invesiments. a few.-witty remarks .which ;he closed by singing, a most-, pathetic and appealing Yankee ditty.; Hatch opened his re- :be was a Canadian citizen. 'He opened the subject which Jaad been in., every one's minds during the of forming an. Amer- ican club adopt for its name the "Canadian-American Club." Mr. Hatch remarked that the club would'''serve" society and. spoke of the many 'Avomen" who came across the -border -becoming lone- some this could .hef remedied if former- country- men in the new'land. It was .decided-to organize the club, the persons present last even- ing ..b'eing the charter; members. "A committee composed 'of Mr. Thomas- Mr. Price, 'Mrs. Elton, Miss Hatch and }'Ir. MacKenzie were appointed to draft a constitution and make plans for the first meeting. The new club win receive as members -persons who nave resided in tfie'United States'five years. Men whose wi.ves are Ameri- cans and vice versa, and children-of Americans." It will be purely a social club ;and. its object will be to extend a welcome to newcomers from over tne border and celebrate the American national holidays. Secretary E. M. Thomasson said he thought arrangements could be made to give the club the use' of a room in the'little Y. II. C. A. building. A Strong Point of Superiority in a McClairy's .Sask-Alta Steel Range is the easy working lift top arid broiler opening, adjusted easily by a simple. pull, at an Alaska Seethe generous opening for receiving yotir-broiler or for fuel. Better, all.; and Ouors- are into the- chimney and out of the kitchen. works so the "top remains down, leaving ah oblong opening-at-the front end when desired. A Steel Range! has every improvement -that a- first dass range could have. It -is constructed on .practical, ideas down to the last little boltc .It is made for. service and it gives it now to thou- sands of users who are more than satisfied. The nearest McClary agent -will show, you why; and convince you that' it. combines in long life reduced coal bills. Address the nearest: McClary branch, for Sask-Alta booklet" by Itford-lpBw Co., LettlifiilgB XttTo The Lamp with Diffused Light should always- be .used where several people sit, because it does not strain the- eyes of those'sittirig far from it; The Rayo Lamp is constructed to give the maximum diffused white light. Every detail that increases its light-giving value has been included. "The Rayo is a low-priced lamp. You "may p2y or even for other lamps and get a more expensive you cannot get-t a. better light than the Rayo-gives. This season's Rayo has a new And strength-1 ened burner. A strong, durable shade-holder keeps the shade on firm and true. Easy to. keep polished, as it is made of solid brass, finishetL in nickel. Once a Rayo Always One. Dsefers Eutiyiohtre. If not of years, urrii arcuiar io the ruarest agency of the The Imperial Oil Company Limited. CAMPAIGN LEMON of habit acquired through the use of ordinary laxatives, cathartics and________________ harsh physic, and permanently remove j r the cause of constipation or irregular! Expert mineralogists visited the tin towel action. deposits -at Arnprior, and -believe'a We refund your money without argument if they do not do as we say ihey will. Two sizes. 25c and ]Qc valuable discovery has been" made. John Murphy fell' of a G. T. K. freight train at Bridgeburg, roiled un- Sold only at our RexalJ the wheels, and was instantly kill- Store, The J. D. Higinbotham Co, lea. YARMOUTH, N.S. "I have been bothered with Rheu- colleges matism for the past year and have taken good many different kinds of medicine ;tnd found no relief for it. One day s. friend advised me to trv GIN PILLS, and after taking one box of them, I felt like a new man, I thought I wonld write you a few lines to let you know how thankful I am for they gave me, and would advise all suiTerers from Rheumatism to try GIN PILLS." WM. CONTT, bother with liniments and so- called "blood They won't help yonr Rheumatism is causerf'by weak, strained or irritated kidneys. The only possible way to cure GIN PILLS will do this as nothing else will. Take GIN PILLS NOW and be free from Rheumatism this winter. 5oc. a foi mooey promptly refunded if you are not satisfied. Order from us if your dealer does not handle GIN PILLS. Sample box sent free on re-quest. National Drug and Chemical Co., Deot. A.D.. Toronto. 57 WTTEDBAWAL IS THREATENED Wesley and St. Boniface May Leave Manitoba University' Winnipeg, Nov. a result of the resolution'-moved at the meeting of the University of Manitoba, Nov 3rd, and formally adopted at the meet-i ing of the council this afternoon, it is likely that St. Boniface and Weslev will withdraw from the uni versity. Both take objection to the resolution, which states that there! shall be no limitation to the-powers of the university to give instruction in ihc branches of higher education. The objectors claim that the conferring of such powers will interfere with their art3 course and is contrary to the or- iginal agreement under which these colleges entered the university. BORN Leth bridge on Thurs- day Nov. 24th, TO Mr. and Mrs. David Donald, 911 London Road, a son, still born. Dr. Akin Puts It In Expense Account as a Helpful Tribes Hill, N. Y., Nov. Dr. The- ron Akin of Akin, who at last Tues- day's election defeated Bspresentative Cyrus Durey of Johnstown for Con- gress from the twenty-fifth district, has filed with the secretary of state a. statement of his electorm. expenses, These items include to John V. Oster-: hout of Akin tor one tin dinner pail, 25 cents: to a ilechanicville grocer for one lemon, 5 cents. The dinner pail and lemon played an important part in the 'last week of Dr. Akin's canvass. To'the audiences at the meeting at which he spoke he would show the dinner pail, marked 1908 saying: "This was what you were promised two years and then taking from There would be ample facilities there for 200 peop'le, and the building was open to everyone regardless of polit- ical and denominational affiliations. The remainder of the evening was tflen given over to singing many of the j which shows that he spent time honored songs, Swanee River. Old Black Joe, Marching Through Georgia and the Star Spangled. Ban- ner. 'There were cheers for the King, the toastmaster. the hosts, the Presi- dent and Teddy Roosevelt, and then Home Sweet Home and the British National Anthem ended very pleas- ant; and eventful evening. the pail the lemon "This is what you says that the lemon at thA hp.sf Tno, he would say; ;ot." The doctor ive cents was WINTER SERVICE OPEN Halifax, Nov. trans-Atlantic service -has: opened in- earnest arrival of three steamers from: Liverpool. The White Star lin- er Laurentic had 354 passen- gers ths of 655 passengers and 19SJ sacku and 687 .parcels of Canadian mail, and (broke pre- vious records from Liverpool, making the trip despite .stor- my weather in five days, six- teen hours and twenty-six minutes. The Allan liner Tu-'. nisian this morn." ing. quickly stops coughs, cures colds, tbc tbront Itmiis 23 cents. GENEROUS GIFTS Winnipeg, Nov. Thirty-one friends of the Winnipeg General Hos- pital yesterday subscribed within a few hours to go towards equipping the new building- immed- iately the bylaw favor of the institution is passed. Should the bylaw be defeated the money will -be to (he needs of the' present hospital .-.i- Rubbers, Overshoes, Felt Shoes, Warm Lined Moccasins, Fur Coats, Fur Caps, And all Winter Requisites.